The last video that Veik worked on with Harris and Klebold was titled “Radio Active Clothing.” This was approximately 16(?) minutes long, and was taken from the movie “Vampires” starring James Woods. Harris and Klebold were the stars in the video, and they used replica weapons in the filming of it. This was for Mr. Taloccos’ class. The plot involved a small group of people going from town to town, stopping radioactive clothing from taking over the world. Veik stated the plot was written by Harris and Klebold. As they were filming, Veik noticed that the two were being extremely blunt. He asked them about it, and they responded, “Who cares, Taloccos is the only person that is going to see it, and he won’t care.” Harris was using military strategy in parts of this video. Veik stated that in the plot he and Vendengia get injured, and Harris and Klebold figure out a way to save them. The movie ends with a very large explosion from a house. This part of the video was created by using editing technology. Veik stated there were no explosives or live ammunition actually used in the video. 
Veik remembers another idea which was never filmed. He stated the plot of this video had Vendengia and Walker as cops trying to solve a murder. Veik pretends to be a cop, but is really working for Harris who is the murderer.
                                       
                                          —from Erik Veik’s statement (JC-001-010912)

The last video that Veik worked on with Harris and Klebold was titled “Radio Active Clothing.” This was approximately 16(?) minutes long, and was taken from the movie “Vampires” starring James Woods. Harris and Klebold were the stars in the video, and they used replica weapons in the filming of it. This was for Mr. Taloccos’ class. The plot involved a small group of people going from town to town, stopping radioactive clothing from taking over the world. Veik stated the plot was written by Harris and Klebold. As they were filming, Veik noticed that the two were being extremely blunt. He asked them about it, and they responded, “Who cares, Taloccos is the only person that is going to see it, and he won’t care.” Harris was using military strategy in parts of this video. Veik stated that in the plot he and Vendengia get injured, and Harris and Klebold figure out a way to save them. The movie ends with a very large explosion from a house. This part of the video was created by using editing technology. Veik stated there were no explosives or live ammunition actually used in the video. 

Veik remembers another idea which was never filmed. He stated the plot of this video had Vendengia and Walker as cops trying to solve a murder. Veik pretends to be a cop, but is really working for Harris who is the murderer.

                                      

                                          —from Erik Veik’s statement (JC-001-010912)